English words and Examples of Usage

use "compare" in a sentence

How do American gun laws compare to those of other Western countries?

"The Chelsea game will be on a different level, so you can't compare.

Being tackled by that large man would compare to a minor car accident.

“You can’t compare that middle school schedule though,” admitted King.

It’s interesting to compare those Sonics teams to the current Seahawks.

He met U.S. officials on Saturday to compare and discuss policies.

To compare - many Ontario varieties typically soak up 3000 heating units.

So, compare and contrast two museums, one in Dresden, the other in Nagasaki.

If you need a small business loan, compare your options to get the best deal.

You can't compare him with anybody else," Mendes told sports editor Dan Roan.

You wouldn't compare 'Titanic' and 'Battleship' because they've both got ships.

Compare that with the 1,400-plus people sentenced to die in those three states.

To compare, France has an infant mortality rate of 4 per 1,000, as does Greece.

In this case, we can compare locations of cracks in the frost to previous images.

There's not really a really good, long-term record to compare it to, Torneby said.

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